Then I turned to the right and stopped before a dingy shop which bore the sign: HAWBERK, armourer.
"That he has not done, sir; but I pray you to hear me," he added urgently as the armourer was turning to leave the room.
“After you, friend,” remarked Phil, waving his hand for the armourer to precede them.
On one of the rarer coins of Cunobeline an armourer or coiner is represented.
“Yet mayhap he might do something for thee, friend Ambrose,” added the armourer.
I thought you had bought it from some armourer and intended me to wear it as a badge of my office.
The armourer agreed, and Siegfried remained at Mimer's workshop.
Duncan, while yet young, was defeated in a great battle, and was found dead on the morrow at a spot called the armourer's Shop.
A few minutes' walk brought us to the door of the armourer's shop.
Georg, the father of Lorenz, was well established as an armourer when he was joined in 1467 by his famous son.